Category Archives: Arts & Entertainment

Fall TV – Hits and Misses

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How To Get Away With Murder is a must-see show.
Photo Credit: ABC

   The Fall season on Television is when primetime programming puts out the best shows they have to offer. Different TV shows either end up successful or cancelled, based off ratings that are usually higher if the series is worth the watch. So what shows are worth the bingewatch over Christmas break? Which could you never […]

Everything you Need to Know About Record Players

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This Crosley 5-in-1 turntable also lets you play tapes, CDs, mp3 and radio.

    Been inside an Urban Outfitters lately? Surely you must’ve walked by their collection of record players before. Maybe your family has an old one, from back when they were used by just about everyone. Lately there’s been some hype going around with bringing old technology back, with not just record players but polaroid cameras and […]

Diwali Motorcade

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Diwali, which is known as the festival of lights, was celebrated during the annual motorcade, parade and cultural show in Richmond Hill on November 7, 2015. On one of the darkest nights of the year, this annual motorcade ignited the streets with joy and most importantly lights. The motorcade began on 133rd Street and continued […]

Future and Drake’s What a Time to Be Alive

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what a time

On September 20, 2015 at 8pm, Drake and Future released their collab album What A Time To Be Alive, it’s been more than a month since then, but even now fans are still gushing over the album. Whether it’s from trying to decipher the Atlanta rapper, Future’s, lyrics or from hearing Drake’s flow on Scholarships, […]

Sneaking Up To The Top

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The Rise of Sneaker Culture exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum.

Forget whatever you thought you knew about your sneakers. They aren’t the highly functioning shoes that you use for your morning jog, or the finishing piece to your “fit.” No, they’re art. And currently at the Brooklyn Museum on 200 Eastern Parkway, they are one of the 150 sneakers on display as part of the “Rise of Sneaker […]

L Train Vintage – Great Finds at Great Prices

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Inside the No Relation Vintage shop, you can find almost anything.

    If you’ve ever heard anything about thrift shopping in New York, it’s more than likely you’ve seen the #LTrainVintage tag on social media. L Train Vintage is a chain of thrift stores with various locations around the city, each conveniently accessible through the L subway line. While these shops are all part of a chain, […]

The Revival of “The King and I”

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The playbill used to promote "The King and I". Photo Credit: Lincoln Center

The revival of a popular musical called the “King and I” was performed at the Lincoln center on August 13th, 2015. Based on the novel, Anna and the King Siam by Margaret London, music by Richard Rodgers and book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II, the musical renamed “The King and I” was created. It […]

The Great Jack O’ Lantern Blaze

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The 24 foot tall Spider Web is one of the most popular displays, all made out of hand carved pumpkins.

In historic Hudson Valley, famous for the Legend of Sleepy Hollow and the Headless Horseman, comes the Great Jack O’ Lantern Blaze. This Halloween event returns every year around this time and has been extended into November for all to come and see. More than 7,000 hand carved pumpkins are featured throughout the 18th century […]

Viewers Beware—you’re in for a scare

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It’s that time of year again, the time of ghost, ghouls, goblins, witches, and other things that go bump in the night. Now how we get into the Halloween spirit and what better way than by watching the new Goosebumps movie already out in theaters. With the critically acclaimed fictional novel franchise Goosebumps it was […]